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/ ˈreɪ gər /
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Max [mahks], /mɑks/, 1873–1916, German composer and pianist.
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How to use Reger in a sentence
Long before he died, the world had found in Max Reger its musical bête noire.
But no such goodly presence glimmers through the music of Max Reger.
Above all, the stylistic severity of Brahms in Reger has become a confusion of styles; an absence of style.
One is ever conscious in Reger that he is solving contrapuntal problems in order to astonish the vulgar herd of the professors.
Reger certainly knew the art of talking with an astonishing show of logic, and yet saying nothing.
British Dictionary definitions for Reger
/ (German ˈreːɡər) /
Max (maks). 1873–1916, German composer, noted esp for his organ works
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